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- Print Length: 308 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 8, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074PP7HJP
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #511,035 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Now that we've gotten that out of the way, on to Willow and Devin. I loved them! They have easily moved to the top as my favorite Prototype couple. Everything about this book was centered around finding, knowing and being secure with yourself. Willow suffered from a case of "I can do it all!" In doing it all for everyone except herself, she ended up lost. Willow was the domain owner and host of everything Devin related, and this left all things Willow related on the back burner. She knew him better than she knew herself and a relationship doesn't work when only one person is secure.
Devin was sooooo not what I expected. He loved him so Willow and he was good to Willow. Devin's perceived shortcomings were all related to his inability to give Willow a lifestyle that she was accustomed to and that he thought she deserved. Willow didn't care about any of that, she just wanted Devin..... and she got him!
This story was just full...... full of light, love, happiness, loss and life. You definitely should read it if you haven't.... oh, and listen to the playlist! :)
Can we talk about her intrinsic ability to write intimacy??? Her love scenes are always good and what I like is she doesn't have to get vulgar to set every one of your senses on fire.
Jacinta's ability to close a chapter is so on point. How about that chapter one close though ? The story just flowed with an addictive pace. Wow. Just wow.
It struck me as I read the last few pages of 'Keeping Willow' that one of the things I like best about Jacinta Howard’s writing, especially here in the Prototype series is you know as she tells us the story she loves her characters so unequivocally that somehow in that head space she practically wills you to love them too. It’s definitely no challenge at all to invest in the outcome of this couple, Devin and Willow, almost immediately, because of the simple yet deeply sensual way they describe the things they see and fall for in each other.
In some ways, this arguably seems like the least drama filled of all the Prototype stories, which is interesting since this is the only couple thus far that has to deal with both vastly disparate career paths as well as the natural anxiety and loneliness of being a long-distance couple. But it is the inherent sweetness of the relationship, that is the feast for the reader eyes and emotions, and not sweet in a cloying or timid way, but sweet, like only love and passion can be when it’s fresh, radiant, and unsullied.
Yeah, I seriously dug Willow and Devin. I even dug their problems and how they forged through them to get to what’s really on the other side of love… peace.